I used to be annoyed and might I mention that I'm ashamed of sharing this to you. But I adhered to the saying that a problem shared is a problem solved. I used to have them in clusters and no amount of make-up have hid them and frequent visits to the facial center didn't help as well.
Some skin care practitioners call these tiny dots syringoma (\sir-iŋ-ˈgō-mə\) while others would refer to it as milia.
Syringomas are benign micro tumors that form in the ducts of the sweat glands. For unknown reasons, they are formed when there is an overgrowth of cells within a sweat gland duct. The duct becomes enlarged by and clogged with the extra cells, forming a hard round bump about one to three millimeters in diameter. What is seen on the upper layer of the skin is just the "tip of the iceberg" as the major problem lies underneath.
When no one told me about this condition, I would often go to different derma clinics to have them removed or explain why I had them, all they say is that it's inhereted and no matter how many times you have it removed it's not going away. As in, there isn't any cure for that. Wahh!
Milia, on the other hand, occurs when surface-level skin cells are not sloughed off and so the cells clog the skin, leading to these cysts. Milia seeds are white or yellowish bumps and are also sometimes called oil seeds, these are usually small and hard. Sometimes, if a milia seed is new, it can be soft, and appear as though it is a pimple without an opening.
Okay, so I had them both, milia on the ridges of my nose and syringoma under my eyes. I always asked my derma to remove the milias when I had facials, and it is very painful.
But you might be wondering, why it doesn't seem noticeable on my face. Well, I used to have them, as I have been telling you, and now a few have sprouted again. But I am glad to have found the best and the only way you can remove either milia or syringoma plus this is a quick and painless process.
My secret is RCC Amazing Touch's herbal cautery. Well it's not actually a secret anymore, being established in 1997, many have trusted them for over 18 years already. Not only have they treated cases like mine, they have made many happy by freeing them of warts, skin tags, moles, xanthelasma and even cancers.
All thanks to the father of herbal cautery. inventor of RCC Amazing touch creams, Rolando C. Dela Cruz. I was surprised to hear a different and amusing side to how Mr. Dela Cruz discovered the treatment accidentally later on gave him additional income.
He was first a barber before becoming a world-renowned inventor of several herbal cautery creams. Trying to get more customers and earning enough as a barber so he can send himself through college, he would go extra miles to win his customers, making them come back by treating their warts and moles with oil from cashew nuts for free. This act garnered him an opportunity that would win him several awards both here and abroad.
His herbal cautery invention being a world-class product have gave way for him to represent the Philippines i several coveted invention expositions and competitions in Germany, Russia, Great Britain and USA ad neighboring Asian countries. With all the Gold medals and honors he have won, the Obelisk Award is the one they would really boast off, proving the products' excellence.
But the thing that is really remarkable is being able to assist many skin cancer patients. In fact, when the Skin and Cancer Foundation, Inc. made a study in partnership with PGH, 50% of the patients who have undergone treatment using RCC's herbal cautery creams got cured. Which means that the products' efficiency and success rate is exceptional.
It just make me proud and happy to know that a fellow Filipino was behind it!
The desyringoma cream was the one used to remove my faulty skin issue. I had the treatment 5 years ago at their SM Dasmarinas branch. And just over a week ago, I had it again, this time at their SM North branch. However, though it's recurring, it took me five years to even notice I had it again, while all along it had been the cause of my bane since I had my first baby. The results were amazing!
Unlike electrocautery procedure to remove the said skin issues. herbal cautery leaves no scarring, the pain is relatively tolerable. The product/procedure which is only P 3500 is way affordable that going to the derma and have an electrocautery. I remembered m mom paid over P 8000 to have hers removed at a facial clinic. It is safe to use even near the areas in the eyes.
The procedure is quick, depends on how large the scale of your skin condition is.
Here, my friend Lariza, a blogger from Mom's World of Arts and Happiness is having her mole treated and eventually be removed. It took her hours to decide to have it removed and it took them only 25 minutes to sanitize the mole and put the herbal cautery cream.
To completely see the result, the mole to fall off on itself, it would take 3 to 5 weeks and at least 30 days for the skin to take on its natural color, but it might take a few months for other people.
Here is my face after being treated, notice the swollen pinkish dots on the nose side and on the side of the cheek bone? Those are just a few of them I had removed, I actually have bigger ones but decided not to have them removed yet as we will be hitting Mactan beach a few days after this. Oh also, I had a few on my chest as well.
Now, after 10 days, here is my un-touched photo without the pinhead scabs, but with the not so obvious pink and red marks from the treated parts. There are still some dreaded wounds near my nose and above m cheeks, that I'm waiting to be healed though, and once the scabs dry out ad fell off, a new bumpless, scarless and flawless skin will resurface.